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1997 Polaris XCR 600

This is a discussion on 1997 Polaris XCR 600 within the Polaris forums, part of the Brand Specific Snowmobile Discussion category; I would go take a look at that 94 XCR 440 for $750. Thats a nice looking sled. If everything looks good on it, offer ...

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    I would go take a look at that 94 XCR 440 for $750. Thats a nice looking sled. If everything looks good on it, offer him $650 for it, you will probably own it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by motodeficient
    I would go take a look at that 94 XCR 440 for $750. Thats a nice looking sled. If everything looks good on it, offer him $650 for it, you will probably own it.
    Is it really $300 better than that indy though with the plastic skis and fox shocks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by atvman29
    Sorry for the triple post here, but is the .20 over bore something to be concerned about? Bored out ATVs are usually something to run from.
    Now I wouldnt say that, I bored my Banshee this year to .40 over, I read and was told that they can go .90 before you have to resleeve, then the real fun starts. My buddy who got me into quoads and the shee has a stock motor, you can tell a big difference from his to mine thats .40 over. All depends what your using it for and if you did the bore and why it needed to be bored. I didnt need to go .40 over, I could have just went .10 over and put OEM pistons back in. It wasnt blown, the rings just didnt hold the pressure anymore, wore out. I wanted .40 over cause Vitos offered a piston kit that has the top of the pistons shaved on one side to act like porting and they had a sale going on that was cheaper then the OEM ones. Just my 2cents.

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    Which body style is better? The new Indy style, similar to the blue and black ones in that one post, or the wedge like the XCRs? I'd like doing some trail riding and a bit of lake riding as well. One better than the other?

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    How were the 99 XCFs? Sound pretty sporty.
    1999 polaris xcf 440 - $900
    i have a 1999 xcf 440 good running in good condition has 2600 miles on it after market handle bar riser and belly plate and a few other things


    How about Hay Days? Are there some good, cheap deals to be had there? Or am I going to be out of luck with nothing to trade? I'm in MN so its certainly close enough.

    Ideally, I'd like something sub $500! [8D] I know, I'm cheap, but give me a break, I'm a broke college kid. I've been told I need another expensive hobby like I need a hole in the head, but you only live once! [thumb]

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    I just found an Indy 340 with a missing hood, but otherwise in great, running condition for $295. Do the 340s have any balls at all? I can't imagine they do.

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    340's do not really have any power neither does a 440 fan cooled sled

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    Well, here's the two that are still looking like good ideas.

    http://minneapolis.craigslist.org/dak/rvs/1328104089.html
    http://stcloud.craigslist.org/rvs/1291729909.html

    I was looking around the web and saw that the stock photo of the 1995 Indy 500 efi said Polaris Efi on the seat, which neither of these have. So perhaps they are the carb models? How's the power on these 500s? Are these body styles better than the wedges, or about the same?

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    The power on the 500's are really good As for the body style it is not ass good as the wedge but has some things that the wedge did not have. The body style is called Evolved made from 94-98 it is sometimes hard to find body parts I should know I have an evolved chassis with a 600 in it and they are hard to find body parts for them

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